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Google joins sustainable aviation fuel programme


Google has announced it is joining one of the world’s largest sustainable aviation fuel programmes (SAF), building on its goal to reach net zero across all its operations by 2030. The programme, headed by American Express Global Business Travel and Shell Aviation, launched in 2022 with one million gallons of SAF available for corporate customers—enough to power 15,000 business trips from London to New York. Other participating corporations include Aon, Bank of America, Delta, Cathay Pacific, JetBlue and Japan Airlines. “The use of SAF will play a critical role in helping the aviation sector on its path to decarbonize,” said Michael Terrell, Senior Director, Climate and Energy, Google. “Joining Amex GBT’s sustainable aviation fuel program further represents Google’s continued efforts to accelerate the global transition to a carbon-free future.”


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